North West Durham Labour Party is to host a virtual public meeting on Zoom that will be open to all residents of North West Durham to hear their thoughts on the last general election.

The party say that they would particularly like to hear from residents who voted Conservative at the last general election but have a history of voting for Labour.

Speaking ahead of the meeting, Fiona Nicol, chair of North West Durham Labour Party said: “We really want to hear from residents who voted for another party at the last general election but have previously voted Labour, why they did so and how they feel about that now. We also really want to engage with the local community and hear their ideas for taking our community through the current coronavirus crisis and beyond.”

The meeting will be held on Zoom on Thursday 15 October at 7pm. To register for the meeting, please email

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